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Chancellors Club Teaching Professorship

Chancellors Club Teaching Professorship

We are now accepting nominations for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

The Chancellors Club Teaching Professorship recognizes excellence in teaching and will be awarded only to persons who have demonstrated outstanding teaching over a period of years. The professorship is awarded for a five-year term and carries an annual salary supplement of $10,000.  

Nominations are due by Friday, June 18, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. Submit all materials online here. The chair or dean endorsement (if applicable) may be submitted separately from the nomination materials online. Complete Eligibility and Nomination Procedures can be found here

Current Recipients of the Chancellors Club Teaching Professorship
  • 1989, Robert Antonio, Sociology
  • 2007, Helen Alexander, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  • 2015, Bozenna Pasik-Duncan, Mathematics
  • 2017, Daniel Gailey, Music
  • 2017, Joan Sereno, Linguistics
  • 2019, Amy Rossomondo, Spanish & Portuguese
  • 2019, Karen Nordheden, Chemical & Petroleum Engieering
  • 2019, Robert Parsons, Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering
Past Recipients of the Chancellors Club Teaching Professorship
  • 2017, Saeed Farokhi, Aerospace Engineering
  • 2014, Stephen Benedict, Chemistry
  • 2012, Philip Barnard, English
  • 2012, Paul Hanson, Chemistry
  • 2012, Jack Winerock, Music
  • 2007, Amy Devitt, English
  • 2007, Alice Lieberman, Social Welfare
  • 2004, Paul Lim, English
  • 2001, Craig Martin, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  • 1999, David Holmes, Psychology
  • 1992, Allan Cigler, Political Science
  • 1992, Norm Yetman, American Studies & Sociology
  • 1986, Ray Hiner, History

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